Thursday, May 2, 2013

Lokah , Cochin



We visited Lokah along with friends one evening for dinner. The restaurant boasts of world cuisine with the tagline  ‘The world on your plate’. I have to admit I was a little skeptical on whether it would live up to its promise, but I’m pleased to admit I was wrong.

The ambiance is casual- minimalistic and simple, so perfect for hanging out with your friends.
We started out meal with an unusual soup – chicken and beetroot soup, unfortunately I dint make a note of the exact name of the dishes :( . Our friends suggested it –I was not so sure especially when I saw a deep ‘magenta’ soup with some cream on top.
Chicken and Beetroot Soup
I changed my mind as soon as I put the first spoonful in my mouth – velvety is the exact world I would use. It came with bread sticks, which babies A and M munched on. Both the fussy babies enjoyed the soup, which is always a plus for the parents.
For mains, I ordered the Chicken Cordon Bleu. It was a crumbed fried chicken steak with a wee bit of cheese, served with French fries and veggie salad. It was not bad but not exactly the best I’ve had.

Chicken Cordon Bleu
S had the Meatloaf served with mashed potatoes and boiled veggies. Now, the meatloaf was simply delicious and I loved the light and tender texture of the meat with the sauce. The mashed potatoes were a little bit lumpy and dry though.

Meatloaf
Our friends ordered the Creole fish with the lemon butter sauce – which was good but nothing to rave about. Somehow the fish tasted better without the sauce .

Creole fish with Lemon Butter sauce
We also had a Pasta Alfredo, which was creamy and light.
For dessert, we tried the coconut soufflé and the mocha custard pudding.
The coconut soufflé was too gelatinous in texture and we were not big fans of it.
Coconut Souffle
The mocha custard on the other hand, was fabulous, perfectly creamy and we wiped the plate clean.
Mocha Custard

The portions are just right and satisfying. I would love to go back and try out the different things on the menu.
The best part of this meal was the bill – excellent value for money especially compared to Bangalore rates. Worth a visit!

Location – NH47 Bypass Road, Vyttila, Cochin
Price (for 4) – Rs 1200
Yum-O-Meter – 3 / 5

4 comments:

  1. This one is quite economic. I would love to taste that meatloaf!!!

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  2. I spent most of my weekends by dining out with friends and I can say they are the best time of my life..I am foodie too..Anybody here ??

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    1. Then you need to try this place with your friends :)

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  3. Feels good to have found a foodie blogger ! And lip smacking are those food pics !

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